Another ‘legitimate’ weekend is here, where we serve you top trending videos on Legit TV. These videos were created based on the most talked-about topics in Nigeria over the past week; bordering from politics, street gists and much more.
It is another week and interesting videos have been carefully selected for you.
Here are the top five videos of the week:
1. Nigerians raise money for Airport worker who returned millions after Legit.ng’s report:
Nigerians have rallied to raise over one million naira for Madam Josephine Ugwu, the airport worker who returned millions of naira to their owners, following Legit.ng's report. Top celebrities, who watched the video across our social media pages, weighed in on the matter and ensured she got the reward she desired. Legit.ng visited her to ask her how she felt about the new development.
2. 2019 election: Nigerians reveal what Buhari did to them:
In this video, Nigerians were simply asked to share their thoughts on the ongoing release of results by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), and this was their response. They did not mince words in explaining what had become of them since the beginning of the current administration.
3. 2019 elections: Do you still trust INEC to conduct fair elections? - Nigerians speak:
Legit.ng TV correspondents took to the streets to ask Nigerians if they still have faith in the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct a free, fair and credible election? People spoke with the camera crew and aired their various opinions about free and fair elections in Nigeria.
4. Lagos school collapse: Pregnant woman, children among those affected - Residents:
During an interview with Legit.ng at the scene of the building that collapsed around Itafaji area of Lagos Island on Wednesday, March 13, one of the residents lamented that there's a pregnant woman among those affected by the incident. Other residents of the area also blamed the government for taking bribes from developers who in turn use substantial materials for the building. As at the time of filing this report, we could not ascertain how many of the children had been rescued.
5. Election not a do or die affair - Sanwo Olu:
Babajide Sanwoolu, the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos state, has warned that election is not a do or die affair. In an interview with journalists after casting his vote on Saturday morning, Sanwoolu explained that the result will reflect the will of the people, and he shall accept the results as the mandate of the people.
Have a lovely weekend!